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buttner, it's bulls and bears. we've got gary b smith. tobin smith. jonas max ferris along with tim la camp and steve murphy, welme, everybody. okay. the folks at forbes will tackle the pamphlet plan in one hour, fair and balanced. what about the plan to overhaul the tax code. what is it going to mean for jobs. >> i think it's going to be great for jobs. ovrhauling the taxes is the thing that the governor and hopefully president romney can do. and incents, if that's a word, every individual and corporation out there. provides a path of what they're going to do, what they're ing to pay and if it's simplified and overhauled, it will get rid of hopefully a lot of the special interests, whic takes the government out of the intervention and provides a clear playing field for everyone. this could turn around our economy, if done soon and done right. >> brenda: jonas, we don't know exactly what kind of overhaul we would get and isn't that adding uncertainty? wouldn't that keep people from hiring? >> moreover, it doesn't really, neither plan really addresses the deficit and the need for revenu
and bears, here they are, bulls and bears this week, gary b smith, tobin smith, jonas max ferris, along with julian epstein and larry, talk about future tax hikes, holding back a jobs recovery? >> that's right, that's right, brenda. well, you know, certainly for consumers that are work being that have 401(k) plans they may be feeling more confident these days, but their employers don't share the optimism. they're worried what's ahead and what's ahead are future tax increases, for small business owners still, these are people that own delis and dry cleaners and pave your driveways, not fat cats and million fairs and billionaires, they're average work people and concerned about the environment. and national independent business owners a record number of people. a bad time to start a business and a bad time to hire people. and that's not going to inspire jobs in this country, which is exactly what we need right now. >> okay, clearly larry is not excited about this. julian, what do you say? which tax plan? >> i don't know why larry is screaming at everybody. i mean, look, the numbers here y
. here they are, the bulls and bears, we have got tobin smith, jonas ma ferris, and, gary kontbalm, gary, what are those guys doing right. >> helping and letting businesses flourish. i'm in florida, a billion dollar tax cut to business over three years, great economic development agen that helps business like otr states than california, which raises taxes and takes money out of the economy and puts it into the government's hands, which is huge for a state like that and florida is getting its act in gear. >> what do the candidates have to learn from these governors? neither one of them has exactl the same policies. >> the first thing we can learn is five out of the 7 governors in the swing states are republics. so, a lot of the macro republican policies seem to be working at the state level, an rick talked about florida but look at wisconsin, scott had to go up against theecall to get collective bargaining with the unions, and, john kasich,he same in ohio and, he has gone out and had about 18 tax cut plans, he's straightened out the tax coden ohio and these are the types of things either
of unemployment this month. it is not just about the swing states and i would contest jonas's point, look at my beloved home state of new jersey, governor christie saw unemployment rising under his tenure, 9.8%, now, 2%, over the national average, that was not because of the housing bubble, because of bad policies, he's not trying to help the middle class and shut down infrastructure investment and is going after teachers and education and you see the results. >> you can make the argument -- to counter the point, new jersey and new york have almost identical unemployment rates because it is the same labor market and region and, you have totally diametrically opposed governors and, you have new york, and, the new jersey governor and they can't get the unemployment rate to stop moving, because ultimately they work in financial services which... >> the president can't do anything about micro segments of the economy. he needs to do stuff about the big stuff and at the big level we know marginal rates of the corporations make a difference and states where they've gone after these massive union syste
you know we've asked jonas ionin to step into linda's shoes. jonas has been linda's primary back up the last couple of years. he has asked to assign two of his planners to rotate the management of the public information counter in his place because that's his normal job. so, he has asked two of his staff to rotate on a two-month basis the management of the counter. and then what we have done or jonas' back up is likely to take several months in case he's on vacation or needs to be out, we've asked andrea green to step in. andrea of course is my assistant, but she has in the past staffed the commission and been the commission secretary. although i think she will probably need some refresher training in the interim. so, the bottom line is that jonas will be the interim commission secretary and andrea green will be his back up. >> commissioner moore. >> could we ask the director a question? we had all together expressed concern of the work load it would put any person who has a full-time job and takes on a second and a third full-time job. by second and third, i mean both historic pres
jonas, john mayer. >> they say, you better not write a song about this.
at 16 under. jonas takes the lead. shoots a 3-under 66. and then wins his first career pga event. we'll hear from the 49ers at 6:00. i'm sure very disappointed. >> i think i have heard enough. >> the winner of the world
. detroit scored two runs afterwards. cabrera with an rbi single. tilers win -- tigers win 2-0. jonas blixt won the fry's.com. >> another big box office weekend but could take it hang on to the top spot? we got the >> coming up at 11:00, the doingle's campaign goof. a term that has people requesting questions about the search engine, and the death penalty debate. we break down one of the big issues facings voters in november. >> liam nissan has taken over the box office for the second week in a row. >> your mother and i are going to be taken. >> taken 2 narrowly defeated argo, which opened in second places. and hotel transylvania hanging on to number four, and here comes the boom, about a teacher who becomes a mixed martial arts sensation, wraps up the top five films. that's it for us at 6:00. next newscast at 11:00 tonight. from leigh glaser, mike shumann, thanks for joining us, in get our cool new large clock a.m. get bay area news and headlines the moment you wake up. niners highlights and much more coming up. ooh, not a good score right now. we'll have the
think $20 million is a nice package. >> nice, round number. >>> there's a jonas brothers song out there that has to do with miley cyrus in some way, what's the story about this thing? >> has to be about miley. it's called "wedding bells." it was written by nick jonas. they dated when they were only 15 years old and they were known as niley at that time. >> they were? >> yes. >> we missed that. must not have been reading "tiger beat" at the time. >> then she announced this summer she's engaged to william hemsworth. and this song, all the lyrics, it's clear. >> why do adults care about this? >> who cares? >> only you two over the age of 21 give a rip. >> she's going to be on two and a half men. >> that's what you do in high school, write songs about boys and girls you break up with. >> and argo second in the box office. that is a crime. >> that could change, it's a fabulous movie. >> this weekend, everyone come out. >> he's an example of somebody that made choices in the past, grew up, makes great choices now. has a wonderful marriage and kids. all the best to him. >> thank you, lad
? the best ways to rest and recharge. jonas on wbal plus -- join us on wbal plus -- i didn't get to finish. >> let mindy read. >> go o's! >> rattle off all those numbers . >> this is a wbal-tv 11 editorial with president and general manager dan joerres. >> it's time to lace up the running shoes and grab your bib number. in just a week, 27,000 runners from all around the world will hit the streets of baltimore for the 12th annual baltimore running festival. since its inception in 2001, the race has blossomed to a full morning that features something for everyone, ages 1 to 86. from avid runners who log 26.2 miles to the half-marathoners, 5k-ers, and the kids fun run, the festival showcases the best of our city. it offers elite and rookie runners a challenging course, and powers tourism in our town. the international field will include runners from 24 countries and every state in the u.s. last year's men's champion will return to defend his title and take home the $25,000 prize. the race is expected to generate more than $30 million in economic impact to the city and an additional $1 million
are not alone. we will tell you what they found. jonas on wbal plus -- join us on wbal plus. >> thanks for joining us for 11 news today. >> we will be back with a live update at 7:25. >> have a good day. >> this is a wbal-tv 11 editorial from president and general manager dan joerres. >> on any given night, 4,000 people sleep on the streets of baltimore city -- in shelters, in cars, or in locations other than housing. last year, 24,000 people accessed programs that serve the homeless. at least a third of these people are women and children who have been homeless for a year or more. in these tough economic times, cities across the country are grappling with what to do. the journey home is baltimore's 10-year plan to end homelessness in the city. baltimore mayor stephanie rawlings-blake has formed a 32- member civic leadership council. joined by the united way of central maryland, businesses, service providers, and other city agencies and organizations are working to implement the plan. the basis of journey home is to join forces to provide services so homeless people can get in permanen
every casino was aware. jeff jonas comes along in the computer age and says wait a minute first of all we can automate this. when somebody shows up on somebody's camera we have facial identification. then when you rub data against data you get more data. by pooling everybody's information making obvious connections, not obvious connections, if somebody has turn up with the same e-mail address but under a different name the system would immediately flag that. now jeff jonas who was a vegas guy, still lives there goes to work for ibm. when i was in the cia he was a rock star in our hallways we were developing the terrorist identity, data market environment he was the guy who taught us to make that information correlate and make those connections. vegas was way ahead of the intelligence community on this because it's all about the money. >> interesting. john miller knows things. >> he does. i thought he was going to talk about a different black book. but i learn something new this morning. >> the house always wins. >> mourdock got attention in 1975 and then again in 2002. "48 hours" will
, they might as well be like "friends" episodes titles, like the one about joe jonas, the one about conor kennedy. i just wish she was a little more interesting, like if katie holmes could be taylor swift, it could learn more about scientology or tom cruise, that will be a lot more fun. >> one day it will be fun if she decides to one day spill the beans on all this stuff. maybe it's part of her master plan. i don't know. if that's not warning enough, listen to what else taylor revealed in her interview with george on "good morning america" about her excess and her songs. let's watch that. >> my fans know i'm going to give them the real version about what happened in my music, and whatever they read on blogs may or may not be true, and they can kind of tell if it's true or not because they know me. >> egypt, i'm thinking while her fans know her, a lot of her exes may well be regretting they ever did, don't you think? >> look at it this way. at least she never has to write a tell-all book because it's right there with her album. she kills two birds with one stone. >> you got it wrong. she n
a bumble dog. >> emily's dog. >> oh, that's cute. >> come over here. >> jonas. >> and then one last -- we've got brooks, and we've got little pirate. >> there you go. >> a little pirate kitty. >> there you go. >> pepper is yawning, one segment too many. >> been up a little too late. >> do the dogs love wearing the costume? >> no. >> i'm surprised pepper is keeping it on. >> look at this. >> do you have any pets, cher? >> i do. >> do you dress them up for halloween? >> i dress them up into bowties and stuff and the little velcro little things. >> very british. >> that's true. >> cher lloyd, thanks so much for sticking around. >> thanks for being with us. >> thank you. >>> coming up next, a daughter's touch touching tribute to her dad's legacy. that's coming up. ♪ >>> curveball columnist jeffrey laszlo was a contributor and frequent guest on the show. he often wrote about the love that he had for his own three daughters and the love he hoped they would find one day. unfortunately, he was killed in a tragic car accident in february. his final book explored the loving relationship with fath
, will iam and nick jonas. this is a time to do what they do best. >> there's something sexy about her. >> part of the challenge with the role that i have taken on in this part of the show and helping demi is that, you know, i have to play devil's advocate and say they are all challenging. >> ask if i want to get down and you know, mentor the kids with her. and i was like, yeah. are you crazy? >> what i witnessed today, especially coming in cold, is i
sheldon adelson who gave $36.3 million to the gop thus far. jonas eron in the times what feels different now is the sums are so large and that it has the potential to influence not only the presidential candidates but candidates as well. dch. >> i'm starting to suspect maybe money in politics is bad. >> yeah. >> just all this evidence -- it's starting to make me think maybe there should be so much money in politics. i'm crazy from san francisco. >> a glimmer, a glimmer there. >> i'm starting to really get a -- just, i don't know, be i'm crazy. >> there is george soros son on a super pac. do we have financial reform ever happening? >> financial reform no -- >> campaign finance reform. >> probably not. george soros having a lot of money against liberals yes. we can hope for that. >> we'll see. after the break she prosecutes adults on tv but an advocate for children in real life. bridget moynahan about education and her hit series "blue bloods" is coming up next. [ horn honks ] [ male announcer ] you start your day... love you, too. ...thinking about what's important to you -- your family..
before we have an adequate vaccine. alexandra levine worked with jonas salk on what was to be his last major project: looking for a vaccine for h.i.v./aids. if the virus could be altered in some way so that it was seen as foreign by the defense system, then perhaps a patient who was already infected could be vaccinated with this altered h.i.v., forcing his immune system to see it and try to destroy it. that was dr. salk's original thought. he was driven to solve this in the same sense that he was driven to solve the polio issue. those ideas are still current. i do believe that we'll have better ways to deliver the so-called antigens, the immune stimulus, rather than use killed virus, which presents some public health risks. and the issue of whether we'll have vaccines to use during the treatment of disease, i think, is still a moot point, but it's one that's being tested in that situation and many others. and we, i think, need to push forward even with vaccine candidates that don't seem as promising as, say, the polio virus vaccine is, because those vaccines have been extraordinarily e
how to cope with tv. (upbeat music playing) (jonas rosenfield) when i was at 20th century fox, we developed the theme "movies are better than ever," we went around to promote that to the exhibitors, the industry and to the public. we had trailers on the screen telling them all the pictures that were coming and so on and so forth. it was an attempt to utilize publicity to fight what was a major technological change. (narrator) hollywood turned to gimmicks, each more and more outlandish. 3-d, smellovision, psychorama. (gene siskel) it was a carny show in effect. there was the impulse that we must offer sometng that they can't get at home, and one of the things would be to widen out. that was triggered by television. (announcer) ladies and gentlemen, this is cinerama. (screams in the background) (charles champlin) cinerama has 3 projectors, wonderful effects. i mean you really did get a 3-d effect on a 2-d screen, (screams in the background) but it was just too cumbersome and you had wavering lines where the images met and it was wonderful novelty, but it just wasn't going to do it.
of the winnings on that original ticket. got me? joining me now to discuss the lawsuit, jonas and mercedes who is a fox news legal analyst. my mind is exploding because steve martini, bestselling author, wrote me a ten-paragraph e-mail when we first discussed this case and predicted that this could be a possible outcome, that maybe she was being so vague and her lawyer was being so vague about whether she really had the ticket or was she lost it or was she the winner or wasn't she the winner because she had a scheme like this in her mind all along. jonna, could it be? >> oh, it could be. she is so full of bologna, it's not even funny. thankfully, these 14 people, hey, all they have to do, show us the ticket. show us the winning ticket, they'll be able to piece together when she bought it, and the truth will come out. we only need 51 president --51%, and they get to split the pot if they can still find the pot. megyn: but, mercedes, the three people who cashed the ticket -- it was two teachers, i think, and a school administrator -- three public school workers will come forward, and they will l
event here in the bay area. he rolled that 4-foot final hole and won the prize.com. jonas blixt earned $900,000. >>> halloween is just two weeks away. and a website has named san francisco the best city for trick or treating. zillow.com ranked san francisco number one for the second straight year. san jose, came in at number five. they calculate this by using home value, a city walk store, and population density. they say the best neighborhood to trick or treat in, believe it or not, presidio lights -- heights. >>> a woman in golden, colorado told police a man in a blue car tried to kidnap her son over the weekend. police now say the man was just trying to use the boy to get the attention of his ex- girlfriend. the incident upset many people because it happened near where 10-year-old jessica ridgeway was kidnapped and killed last week. >>> your mother and i are gonna be taken. >> "taken 2" is on top at the weekend box office for the second week from a row. the liam neeson film is in the film. >>> 7:20. homeowners many of them african- americans filed a class action lawsuit in new york
them, and they did so well by us. i can think of doctors and scientists, jonas salk who for example discovered a vaccine which cured one of the most dread diseases we ever had. and he's a hero. i think of classroom teachers, classroom teachers that i have had, classroom teachers that youngsters have today who are real heroes to our young people. because they inspire them. they teach them. but more than that, they are role models. members of the clergy who have done the same. drug counselors out there in the street who are providing help to youngsters who come up to me and others who ask for help and want help, are doing the hard work, the heroic work, which it takes to provide that kind of leadership, that kind of counseling, that kind of support. i think of people in the law enforcement community who are taking their lives in their hands everyday, when they go up to one of those doors and kick it down and try to stop this flow of drugs into our communities and into our kids. so there are many, many heroes in this country today. these are people that give of themselves everyday and
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and figures, and well, themselves. but what if both men are missing out on the big picture. jonas sax joins me. jonah, welcome. you're an ad guy. you mold messages so, you know, so something will sell. so before we apply this to politics, your litmus test, you talk about this, is whether or not someone is an effective story teller and not the once upon a time kind of story. can you explain? >> sure. marketers learned long ago that if you just push your product based on the facts or the claims, it's very hard for audiences to get really inspired and to be part of the campaign that you're putting out there. but if you can tell a story, paint a compelling view of the world that people want to be apart of and make your audience a hero in that stor tell them where they are in relation to you not just a story you're selling them. that's where you start to build tribes of people who are passionate about your cause. >> compelling view of the world. as we apply that to politicians, give me examples of the past. tell me, first of all, one person who is not a good storyteller. >> well, i think we saw joh
's award. his father had polio which was the original intent of the march of dimes. and jonas salk found a cure for the vaxine mr. palmer served as honorary chare of the march of dimes and a huge supporter he tarted a children's hospital in orlando. >> brian: wow. gretchen: he was honored thursday night in the big award's ceremony and honor for me to meet arnold palmer. i did 23 years ago as miss america. he was my dad's idol and wonderful to see him. >> brian: arnold palmer said i am an lite lite and likes to endorse products. he started the whole thing. >> steve: and a major terrorist plot dubbed 9/11 two foiled this morning. al-qaida suspects arrested for plotting to blow up shopping and hotels as well. >> brian: kelly is in washington with the details. >>> it is to put out here. jordan is a key u.s. ally in the middle east and israel peace partner and has been targeted before. the latest plot was more ambitious in the planning. jordan suspect had weapons aimed at inflicting the heaviest losses possible. the suspects are mill at that points and considered lengths to al-qaida and uncle
-5 in the fourth, two on, two out for rookie phenom jonas. >> what just happened there? >> looks like a routine fly ball. josh hamilton, i don't know what happened there. off his glove. two runs come home to score. rangers led by as much as four runs, now down. ninth inning, comfortable lead. grant balfour gets the final out of the game. time to celebrate. the a's win 12-5 taking the division title. they join the 2006 minnesota twins, the 1951 new york giants as the only teams whose lone day atop the division was on the final day of the season. the rangers spent 178 days in first place this season. that's the most in the divisional era without winning the title. of course, they do get to go on and play in the wild card. front page of "the san francisco chronicle," "all about the a's. how the west is won." >>> yankees could clinch the a.l. east with an orioles' loss or a win over the red sox. daisuke dealing. >> perfect through one. >> batting practice at yankee stadium. >> groomed one to curtis granderson. a towering three-one home run. yankees up 3-1 there. two home runs for granderson. robbie can
projects and engage national leaders in efforts to solve the problems. in our process for jonas to the czech politics at the door. but instead reach out to proud democrats and republicans, people care deeply about parties, who fight to win elections and has still come together everyday to share solutions. press and press events in presidential elections are always about collisions. it takes a real talented member of the upcoming real talented journalist to draw out the constructive collisions of real ideas. today we are going to speak with three of our nation's most talented journalists. we have a panel that is well known and freshen the french lines of this. judy woodruff, coanchor of the "pbs newshour" was surprised. a gwen ifill, her partner in crime on iterator and manager of view. and crowley, state of the union. now, the debates have had an impact nationally. as mentioned to candy as the cayman at the debate should moderated had an impact on me personally. that was quite close to home because tuesday night, my very created 10-year-old daughter preyed upon my civic mindedne
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